Hey readers! I can’t believe you are still here! Our stats say you are still showing up, which is awesome! I got a shocked email from Cate a few weeks ago saying, “Did you know people still look at our blog!” We were amazed! The good news is, in case you were wondering, we are still doing it, but we are having a heck of a time finding the time to write about it.
You all know that I have been on the run from a pack of jackals called “bills” for more than a year. I pay them, oh you bet I do, but it is taking a lot of work and juggling. Today I am cleaning my room (currently taking a pause!) because I am about to show a friend (and reader!) around who may be interested in renting the place. I am excited about this. There was a time some months ago when I thought the worst thing ever would be to have to leave my home, but at the moment, I am feeling quite good about it, excited actually!
And I think that is because there are some interesting things on the horizon for me. I am trying to rent the place out so that I can have plenty of start up cash for a company a friend and I will be launching at the first of the year. We have developed a kick ass product (if I do say so myself) to help people rewire their whole soul in the way they interact with food, exercise, and their bodies in general. I am really excited about the good it will do in the world. In many ways it is not so different than this project, in that it helps people make little choices that rewire the soul and changes life in the long run in big ways
So what’s changed for me lately in the Twenty Pieces Project? First, I currently only have 16 pieces! How did that happen? AND, I didn’t notice until earlier today! That will come in handy when I move out of my house. Friends from my church, a husband and wife, Bob and Michelle, have offered to let me live with them free of charge for a few months before I head to Canada for the summer! Did that come as a surprise? It did to me too. I have the opportunity to do and art show in Vancouver, so as long as nothing gets derailed, it will be happening sometime this summer!
I am grateful that this project has certainly trained me to be more than happy with my Twenty Pieces, if I up’d it to even 25, I would feel like a queen. What has your year with less been like for you? I would love to hear what you have learned over the course of the last year?